Join us at the Library Depository Retrieval Facility (LDRF) on East Campus at 2055 N. 35th St., Thursday, Sept. 28 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. for the public opening of the new Reading Room! Refreshments and tours will be available.
The LDRF is home to an astonishing amount of books and library materials—serving as a high-density storage area for low-use and now archival materials —as well as government documents. The construction of a second 900,000-volume module is complete along with a new reading room for use by researchers. Archival collections moving into the second module include the Clayton Yeutter papers, Clifford Hardin papers, the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources records and the American Quilt Study Group, Research Files. The building provides a secure environment for little used yet permanent and important parts of the libraries' collections.
The LDRF's shelves extend so high, library staff must use a cherry-picker to retrieve the highest files!